«Seeking the Lost Ark»
5 days / 4 nights
“Of what advantage to you is a hidden treasure you won't use?”
“The Knight in the Panther’s Skin” by Shota Rustaveli
Georgia is just a perfect site for shooting films like “Indiana Jones and Holly Grail”. Legacy of the Middle Ages is still perfectly preserved here creating special and sacral atmosphere full of positive energy. Those who still feel like being one of the Rosenkreuzers or Templiers it’s high time to take this adventure tour for seeking the lost ark.
In general, all Georgia makes you feel like being on the board of the ancient Holy Ark discovering wonder land and revealing the sacral truth.
We offer an active adventure tour exploring distinctive Caucasian land of love, ancient culture, and generous hospitality.
Arriving to Tbilisi.
Transfer and accommodation at a cozy hotel.
Evening trip through Tbilisi.
Dinner at a royal restaurant; meal accompanied with live love serenades and Bayati style oriental poetry.
Authorized Private Tour throughout Tbilisi
Lacy decorated balconies overlooking the River Mtkvari, and sulfur baths leading us to the history of founding ever kind and generous ancient town Tiflis.
Fig tree alley under mighty military fortress Narikala and old small streets of Tiflis.
A cup of aroma coffee and first impression of Tiflis by French traveler Jean Chardin’s eyes.
“Flying” director and his muse actress Sofiko Chiaureli.
Sioni Cathedral, named after Holy Mount Zion in Jerusalem. One of the most important Christian relics of Georgia, St Nino’s Cross, is kept there.
French fountain in the garden, a gift by a Georgian emigrant to eternal city Tiflis.
Beauty cannot be destroyed by time! Jewelries exhibited at the National Museum of Georgia have over 5000-year old history. You can enjoy the alluring beautiful jewelry collections called the Georgian Treasure.
Moving to German borough, and revealing mystery of the Oldenburg Palace hiding a love-story under its train.
“Tiflisian lunch” and dishes prepared according to special recipes by Georgian publicist Princess Barbare Jorjadze.
The Dry Bridge, “an open-air vernissage of vintages”, and the entrance to the former “Hotel de Londres”, where used to live Norwegian writer Knut Hamsun, and in 1890 there was performed Thomas Edison’s first phonogram there.